The Resource Japan's total empire : Manchuria and the culture of wartime imperialism, Louise Young

Japan's total empire : Manchuria and the culture of wartime imperialism, Louise Young

Label
Japan's total empire : Manchuria and the culture of wartime imperialism
Title
Japan's total empire
Title remainder
Manchuria and the culture of wartime imperialism
Statement of responsibility
Louise Young
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
At the heart of the empire Japan won and then lost in the Pacific War was Manchukuo, a puppet state created in Northeast China in 1932. Not unlike India for the British, Manchukuo was the crucible and symbol of empire for the Japanese. In this book, the first social and cultural history of Japan's construction of Manchuria, Louise Young studies how people at home imagined, experienced, and built the empire that so threatened the world
Cataloging source
TOC
Dewey number
  • 325/.352/09518
  • 325/352/09518
Illustrations
maps
Index
index present
LC call number
  • DS783.7
  • DS783.7
LC item number
  • .Y67 1998
  • .Y67 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Twentieth-century Japan
Series volume
8
Label
Japan's total empire : Manchuria and the culture of wartime imperialism, Louise Young
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 437-456) and index
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Contents
Pt. I. The Making of a Total Empire. 1. Manchukuo and Japan. 2. The Jewel in the Crown: The International Context of Manchukuo -- Pt. II. The Manchurian Incident and the New Military Imperialism, 1931-1933. 3. War Fever: Imperial Jingoism and the Mass Media. 4. Go-Fast Imperialism: Elite Politics and Mass Mobilization -- Pt. III. The Manchurian Experiment in Colonial Development, 1932-1941. 5. Uneasy Partnership: Soldiers and Capitalists in the Colonial Economy. 6. Brave New Empire: Utopian Vision and the Intelligentsia -- Pt. IV. The New Social Imperialism and the Farm Colonization Program, 1932-1945. 7. Reinventing Agrarianism: Rural Crisis and the Wedding of Agriculture to Empire. 8. The Migration Machine: Manchurian Colonization and State Growth. 9. Victims of Empire -- Pt. V. Conclusion. 10. The Paradox of Total Empire
Control code
000013038129
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiii, 487 p.
Isbn
9780520210714
Lccn
97001715
Other physical details
maps
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System control number
  • 13038129lw
  • (OCoLC)36364087

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